Stratford Transit

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Stratford Transit
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Founded 1952
Locale Stratford, Ontario
Service area Urban area
Service type Bus service
Routes 6
Website City of Stratford Transit

Stratford Transit provides the local bus service in Stratford, a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada. The system is owned and operated by the city as part of the Community Services Department.

Services[edit]

Six bus routes operate on loops throughout the community on a 30-minute schedule that converge at City Hall. Service runs on Monday to Friday from 6:00 am to 9:30 pm and on Saturday from 6:00 am to 7:30 pm.[1] There are also additional industrial and school services. There is no service on Sundays.

Regular Routes[edit]

No. Name Service area
1 Huron Huron Street, Stratford Coliseum, Agricultural Grounds, Stratford Northwestern Secondary School, St. Michael Catholic Secondary School and the northwest area.
2 East End Railway station, Festival Marketplace Mall and the east end of the city, along Highway 8
3 McCarthy Kiwanis Community Centre and the area of the city north of Lake Victoria
4 Queensland Central Secondary School, Stratford General Hospital and the southwest area, south of the Avon River
5 Devon Art Gallery, Festival Theatre, Queen's Park and the area north of Ontario Street
6 Downie Downie Street and the southeast area

Paratransit[edit]

Parallel Transit is the name of the city service that provides door-to-door accessible transportation only for individuals who are disabled. Registration and pre-approval is needed and 48-hour advance booking is required.

Intercity service[edit]

Stratford has only one public transportation route outside of the city, operated by Via Rail Canada in the directions of Toronto to the east and London to the west from Stratford, Ontario railway station.

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